Nobody likes it, everyone has it- Stress. He has long become a self-evident corollary of our daily lives. The World Health Organization (WHO) assesses stress as one of the biggest health threats in the 21st century. Continue reading Treating of stress in children and adults
Pain or restricted movement in the hips are one of the most common reasons why patients visit their orthopedists. In approximately 220,000 cases per year result in discomfort in the hip in US used an artificial hip joint. What many patients do not know: There is a whole range of joint-preserving treatment methods. Continue reading Alternatives to joint replacement: treat hip pain minimally invasive
Every person has: Hemorrhoids (also: hemorrhoids). The so-called hemorrhoidal plexus is a vascular cushion which is located in close proximity to the anus. There fulfills an important task: along with the sphincter, it seals the intestine safely to the outside. Continue reading If it itches and burns: treat hemorrhoids gently
Sudden cardiac arrest can happen to anyone – whether in the office, at home or in the subway. With up to 100,000 cases per year, it ranks among the leading causes of death in US. Those affected are dependent on quick help, because one case of a cardiac arrest occure every minute. The good news is: Everyone can help and save a life with very simple means. However, many people do not dare – for fear of doing something wrong. It is the only thing that you can do wrong – nothing to do. Continue reading First aid in case of cardiac arrest
When hear the term acne most people think of pubescent teenagers. But adults can also be affected by acne – and this comes not so rare. Up to 40 percent of 30 to 40-year-olds suffer from the so-called “late acne”, which occurs especially in the lower facial area, ie around the mouth or in the lower cheek area. Continue reading Annoying pimples: Even adults often suffer from acne
Patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) often suffer from paresthesia which provoke incoordination or pain. Coordinate movements is become hard. A new study shows that the so-called Sound Therapy can improve the mobility of people with Multiple Sclerosis. Continue reading Treating Multiple Sclerosis patients with Sound Therapy
Strong psychological stress, such as that described occurs after the death of a close relative can “break” a mans heart in the literal sense. This was shown in a large-scale case-control study. Accordingly, the risk of heart attack, after the death of a loved one rise by more than 21 times. Continue reading Increases the risk of heart attack after the death of a loved one?
Regular yoga exercises may seem to reduce the incidence of atrial fibrillation. This is indicated by a small study of American Scientists. Continue reading Can Yoga reduce the incidence of atrial fibrillation?
For headaches many patients get access to painkillers – often without consultation with the doctor and a far too long period. In chronic conditions, however caution is advised. Continue reading Relaxation exercises can help with headaches?
More and more people are suffering from chronic stress. According to analysis up to 30 percent of the working population are at risk of burnout. One way to avoid stress and thus also a possible burnout is the meditation. Continue reading Is meditation increases a stress resistance?